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BUREAU DIRECTIVE: BOC - 6:001


REFERENCES:

None


RESCINDS: Policy Directive 7



BUREAU: Corrections


NO. OF PAGES: 2

MONROE





COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

CHAPTER: Inmate Services


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TOPIC: Acceptance of Court Clothing


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Sheriff of Monroe County



PURPOSE:


The purpose of this directive is to establish policy for the Monroe County Detention Facilities to accept clothing for inmates who are scheduled for a jury trial that requires attire other than a facility uniform.


SCOPE:


This directive applies to all personnel.


PERSON RESPONSIBLE:


Property Clerk.


POLICY AND PROCEDURES:


Upon notification from the Public Defender or private attorney that a jury trial will be conducted, the facility will accept civilian court attire delivered for the inmate.


Court clothing shall only be dropped off at one of the three detention facilities.


Court clothing shall not be dropped off at the court houses.


Delivery of Court Clothing


The Public Defender or private attorney delivering the clothing will identify himself or herself to the Main Control Deputy/Clerk.


Court Clothing may only be dropped off between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Main Control will notify the on-duty Property Clerk of the delivery.


The Property Clerk will advise Main Control of an approximate waiting time, if any. This information will be relayed to the waiting attorney.


Acceptance of Court Clothing


The Property Clerk will fill out a property receipt identifying all items by type and color (e.g., blue long sleeve shirt).


The receipt will be signed by both the Property Clerk and the Public Defender or private attorney delivering the court clothing.


The Property Clerk will carefully inspect all items to ensure that no contraband has been placed or hidden in the items.


The Property Clerk will give the Public Defender or private attorney delivering the court clothing a copy of the property receipt.

Documenting Inmate Court Clothing


The Property Clerk will place the court clothing in the inmate's garment bag and add the clothing items to the inmate's property inventory in the computer.


The property receipt and computer printout will be placed in the inmate's property file.


The Property Clerk will send the inmate a copy of the computer printout showing the additional clothing.


Inmate Property Release of Court Clothing


The inmate will submit a Property Release Form releasing his or her court clothing upon trial completion.


The Property Clerk will follow the Intake/Release of Property and Money written directive (BOC - 2:019) to release the listed court clothing.


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BUREAU DIRECTIVE: BOC - 6:002


REFERENCES:

None


RESCINDS:



BUREAU: Corrections


NO. OF PAGES: 2

MONROE





COUNTY SHERIFF’S

CHAPTER: Inmate Services


OFFICE





TOPIC: Chemical Testing for Substance Abuse


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Sheriff of Monroe County



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PURPOSE:


The purpose of this directive is to establish policy for the Monroe County Detention Facilities that any inmate worker (inside and outside), work release inmate, or sentenced inmate who leaves the facility may be required to submit to drug or alcohol testing when a staff member has reasonable suspicion that the inmate is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. However, any inmate suspected of drug use may be drug tested. Drug or alcohol testing may be conducted periodically or randomly as determined by detention personnel.


SCOPE:


This directive applies to all personnel.


PERSON RESPONSIBLE:


Programs Services Director.


POLICY AND PROCEDURES:


Drug Testing


The Programs Services Director/designee will be responsible for urinalysis collection and control as follows: